Hayaoshi Quiz Ouza Ketteisen - The King Of Quiz

Sound chips: YM2151 OKIM6295
System: Mega System 1-B
Composers: Unknown Yasuyuki Suzuki
Developer: Jaleco
Publisher: Jaleco
Release date: 1993
01. Title & Demo 0:24 + 0:22
02. Credit 0:01
03. Select 0:24 + 0:07
04. Main Game 0:58 + 0:57
05. Wait for the Next Week 0:06
06. Congratulations! 0:06
07. That's Too Bad 0:06
08. Continue 0:09 + 0:07
09. Advance to the Next Week! 0:06
10. Ending 0:20 + 0:17
11. Game Over 0:07
12. BGM 07 0:32 + 0:28
Total: 3:13 + 2:16
History
Version Date Author Description
1.00 2021-07-06 Dekyo-NO Initial release.
1.01 2021-07-10 Dekyo-NO Fixed txt.
1.02 2021-08-22 Valley Bell Stripped unused OKI chips, added Chip Volume header.
Size reductions
ToolFromTo%
vgm_sro7.39 MB2.11 MB28.6%
vgm_cmp2.11 MB893 KB41.3%
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BTW, why does MAME have the 1st OKI chip
clocked at 2 MHz for this game?
I had to overclock it to make it sound correct.
Only the 2nd OKI chip (used for voices and SFX)
is the one that should be clocked at 2 MHz.

"Main Game", "Congratulations!", "Game Over"
and "BGM 07" are compositions which were reused
for other Jaleco Games, they were composed
by Yasuyuki Suzuki.
However, I can't confirm if the
other tracks are by him.
I personally think all of this game's
soundtrack was done by Suzuki.

I couldn't find any part where BGM 07 plays.

Size reduction:
1. vgm_sro: 7.39 MB -> 2.11 MB (28.5 %)
2. vgm_cmp: 2.11 MB -> 893 KB (42.3 %)
total: 7.39 MB -> 893 KB (12 %)

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